Scott Bailey, DVM, DACT
Assistant Professor, Theriogenology
Dr. Bailey received his DVM from Kansas State University in 2003 and subsequently interned in Saratoga Springs, New York. After completion of the internship he remained at the practice for an additional year before applying for a combined 3-year residency program at the University of Florida and Hagyard Equine Medical Institute in Lexington, KY.
Dr. Bailey successfully took the national certifying examination for the American College of Theriogenologists in 2008 and received a Master of Science in Veterinary Medical Science from the University of Florida in 2009. Dr. Bailey’s clinical interests include a variety of aspects of equine and small animal reproduction, including advanced reproductive techniques for equine and canine species, fetal gender-determination in mares and pregnancy management. Dr. Bailey’s research interests have focused on diseases of pregnancy in the mare and causes of perinatal death in foals.
In addition to clinical and research pursuits, Dr. Bailey has created a seminar series for house officers and other veterinarians who are interested in pursuing board certification with the American College of Theriogenology.
Bailey CS, Fallon L, Wang W, Borst L, Timoney J. Use of a Salmonella-bacterin in pregnant mares to enhance protective antibodies in neonatal foals. Accepted for Publication - Anim Reprod Sci
Bailey CS, Macpherson ML, Graczyk J, Pozor MA, Troedsson MHT, LeBlanc MM, Vickroy TW. Treatment efficacy of Trimethoprim Sulfamethoxazole, Pentoxifylline, and Altrenogest in Equine Placentitis; Theriogenology 2007; 68 (3): 516-517.
Boyd A, Pozor MA, Bailey CS, Verstegen J. Effects of Seasonality of Testicular Blood Flow in Mature Stallions. Animal Reproduction Science 2006; 94: 144-145.